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Computer spontanious restarts when it is busy

Hi I have a problem with my computer. When my computer is really busy and i do more things at the same time. It spontanious restarts, this is happening when I play music with foobar 0.9.0.2.0.4. And when I click on "next"

My Specs: Intel Core 2 Duo E2140 @ 1,6 Ghz
1 GB DDR 2 Kingston ValueRam
400 Watt Powersupply
160 GB Western Digital Harddisk
Motherboard: Asrock CoreDual VSTA

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  • Caly Luong
    Caly Luong Feb 13, 2008

    Ok, I done that, now I am waiting for the blue screen :P

  • Caly Luong
    Caly Luong Feb 15, 2008

    No not yet,, but I am buying new powersupply and harddisk :)

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I suspect the following:

1. Overheating
2. power supply failing
3. system error (blue screen)

I suspect the 3rd. to find out, you need to disable automatic restart. to do that, get on desktop and right click on my computer -> properties -> advanced properties or settings. Im not sure mine is in finnish. Make sure the following checkbox is unchecked: It reads automatic restart.

Now if you start geting blue screens type up what it reads and tell me. :)

In cases of 1 and 2.
1. open the pc case and clean the dust
2. not relevant yet.

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Posted on Feb 13, 2008

  • Ekse Feb 15, 2008

    any bluescreens yet? :)

  • Ekse Feb 15, 2008

    alright keep me posted!

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